It’s easy to get bored inside marriage or any partnered relationship. Yet unchecked apathy is the kiss of death. The authors of the new book Designer Relationships say love depends on “profound interest.” Here they offer tips to help you actively and passionately reconnect—even if you thought that ship had long since sailed.
It’s not always easy to defy the cultural taboo against non-monogamy, but the authors of Designer Relationships say there are many benefits from at least exploring the possibilities. (One big surprise: It’ll bring you closer together.)
Shaking things up in the sack is not only fun, it’s great for your marriage. Mark A. Michaels and Patricia Johnson—coauthors of Designer Relationships—explain how the sexually timid can push their boundaries (without breaking the bonds of monogamy).
Many people are discovering that monogamy just doesn’t work for them—yet they have misgivings about raising children in a polyamorous home. Mark Michaels and Patricia Johnson, authors of Designer Relationships, debunk some of the myths and misconceptions thatcan hold parents back from living their most authentic lives.
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